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- Posted on May 17th 2012 6:11PM by Theo Spielberg
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The Irish singer owns 2.3 percent of the Facebook shares after having purchased them at $90 million in 2009. Now that the company is worth over $100 billion, Bono will be worth more than $1.5 billion. Meanwhile, McCartney is just over worth a measly billion dollars.
Let this be a lesson for all of us who didn't buy stock in Facebook. At least we can feel superior if, in this particular instance, he counts his money with the grammatically incorrect "Uno, dos, tres, catorce!" (one, two, three, 14 in Spanish).